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Column: Heisman trophy comes with cost
September 29, 2005
After finishing third for two straight years, Jimmy Gillispie won the Heisman Trophy his junior year and led his Michigan Wolverines to their third consecutive national championship.
Bulldogs win defensive battle
September 29, 2005
LOUISBURG — A couple inches of rain worsened the field conditions at Liston Stadium, forcing the Baldwin High School football team to move its home game to Louisburg Friday night.
Local hurricane relief effort aims at Baldwin’s own
September 29, 2005
Baldwin City’s efforts to help with the devastation of Hurricane Katrina are continuing on several fronts. It is still unknown whether a refugee family or families may come to the city. And, there might be a Baldwin tie.
Emergency plans for Baldwin City will be tweaked
September 29, 2005
Is Baldwin City prepared for a Hurricane Katrina type disaster? Council Member Nancy Brown, the chairperson of the safety committee, hopes so.
Baldwin’s Kelley will be missed
September 29, 2005
Baldwin City icon Katharine Kelley didn’t come to the library Tuesday for the first time in decades. When the 96-year-old Kelley didn’t call Sandra Johnson at 7:15 a.m. Tuesday, something was wrong. Johnson called Kelley’s nephew, Edwin Smith, who lives next door. Smith found Kelley in her home at 909 Dearborn. She had suffered a massive stroke. Kelley was rushed to Lawrence Memorial Hospital. At around 3 p.m., word spread fast. Kelley had died as a result of the stroke. She will be missed.
Baker sports briefs
September 29, 2005
Deaths
September 29, 2005
Getting a handle on ‘Everyday Mathematics’
September 29, 2005
Mathematics is being taught differently this year in the Baldwin School District elementary schools, but an informative meeting for parents and teachers helped explain the new series, Everyday Mathematics.
Blues and BBQ ready for second play
September 29, 2005
It’s time again for blues and barbecue to meld in a fundraiser for the Lumberyard Arts Center project. The second-annual Blues & BBQ event is set for 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday in downtown Baldwin.
Lessons from Miss Kelley
September 29, 2005
District raises $14,352 for Katrina aid
September 29, 2005
A total of $7,176.27 was raised by the Baldwin School District for the American Red Cross and the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which was doubled by Kansas City Power and Light for a total of $14, 352.54.
Services set Monday for Kelley
September 29, 2005
Funeral services for Katharine Kelley, 96, who died Tuesday, have been set for Monday at Baldwin City’s First United Methodist Church.
Baldwin Briefs
September 29, 2005
I’m missing Katharine already
September 29, 2005